ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,338 items from Weekly Arizona Miner, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,338 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 2 March 1872

11 5,1 WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOIT, MARCH 2, 1872. i I; J it jI14irHt Advcrui,,g .u.t brP.M VdHft. MIWING ITEMS. hitihwu ---I ,f,. Simmons had round a nek mine tt west of towti. jriv luu recently received some big ,u rock w hkh lie forwarded t San The C4ond i now residing at ! nmowd," a beautiful retreat near , a run of three daya, with four , the Del Paaco inHI, netted the . Meows- Solomon Sbotiji, J esse ami k"n, bo:it fifty owlets of jjold, - t i- said, Sl P6" , ...rt of rork, at the miU, but will plenty of it. TIim scarcity is at . . to the fict that the snow-storm ,.. without a team, -in Francisco, (California) 7?wrf, of i t" , baa the following account of the Mtin of anotlier company, to operate I nt in this Territory, which is, as nvn to w: I "rtiftcate of incoqiwation of the il l Wheeler Mining &inniiy was lav. The company ia formed for the r'mining in Arizona Territory, with ! toek of $5,000,000 divided into -..in. The Trutce are, Henry A. T Friedlander, A. 0. Peach...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 2 March 1872

WEEKLY AfflZOM MINER: PRESCOTT, MARCH 2, 1872. WI V .a. Wi- -a, I-M A GXAHD OLD POEX? TWi" thxll judge a man from bis manners J fVbo iha.ll know him by hi drejl J Faupri may be fit lor Prince, Princes fit for something less ; Crnmplxd shirt and dirty jacket, May beclothe the golden ore Of the deepest tbontrht and feeling Satin vest co-iW do so lucre. There are springs of crystal nectar Ever welling oat of stone ; There are purple bud and golden, Hidden, crnxhed and overgrown. God, who counts by souls, not drewesy Ijves and proufxTS you and tat. "While be value thrones tba highest. But ai pebbles la the a. Man. upraised" above hd &tlowM, Oft forget hi fellows then. Marten, rulers, Jrd remember TJwt roar meaaert hind are men ; Men of honor, men of feeling, Men by thought and men by fame, CUlmlng equal right to sunshine, In a man' ennobling name. There are form-erobrolderal ocean, There are little weed-clad rill ; Tnre are feeble ineb-high saplings. There are cedar on the bill ; Oo...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 9 March 1872

z' fsmm . iv U If?,: ..- . ' ' - ' " ' "-'---zar-CT-.-n; ..jy;" ft . - - - - $ff" , ,;rEIX-N I'M 10. I'JRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY lOHIffi, MARCH 9, ISiV 1RICS25CET i 6 I iuu xa-i whole .northern " - and a targe portion of Arizona, ui?n WfiHY RATfMBAY IfORXING village after ti AT OTT, f AVA?AI COUNTY, ARiZOXA, By 4. II. XAJUOSf Gmu 7Md-INVAKlABLY IN ADYANCB. OaeTw, lUatfe 4 00 Three WooO 2 5 plea, 25 JUDVJER'riSlCJ -.are. osw time. $3.fH; each additional i. Each 4ittWM Sfoare, aajoe rae. r x 4ictMMt will bo made t pew eon ' tt.f mum a4Tertlaeeot for three, lx, or 'matin. ' nm mtd kuiMH earin faMei upon , ,'iic term. Job I -i n 1 1 7 r - M i vk alMer t wt1 mIJ! wfth Prr4s r . ....-y and Orh im"UJ Tpe, mhI tiw pro . .!r- ikteniiiiicd to cserote all wark with vt my be favored In the neatett aod besi j art. tbve auxiliaries, Mangos laid waste the Sononi and Chihuahua. Town after village, disappeared from vx tence. Remnants of fine churches ;ti;! -x? t, to acquaint the traveler with the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 9 March 1872

I 1 . - - r - ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' " " """ 1 - - 1 " ' ..nnra- -i Prescott, Arizona.? I JV'P.rtrm (ea of the Mixnn (out ud In trmmTC . KV Ke. KoKam strtet. Prks 23 centu m ropy. " ' - THE APACHES. Unless some unforeseen event -hall transmre.' wnicn, iikc imc commi; o ... ' , .... . will act as a stay law upon tie military here, J. , . , , D -.it i, fi,, prevent ng their settling old scores with ttie ...t r r rL-,- 1! soon come. . . Tvjien some oaim i i" i find itself bady used up, demoralized and Jf.I T... inmn linld. KllfrnrldllS stroke! . ... i- , ...I of minisumcnr, wuicn, wc icci curiam, m be inflicted upon it by General Crook and , " . , , - . , , his small, but efficient force of troops. And that he wilL rest satisfied after having pro duced one telling effect is not to be thought of by those who know the untiring zeal with which ho has herctofarc worked, endured hardships and fought for his country and civilization. No, Crook will bo certain to follow success nftcr success vic...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 9 March 1872

pi n - I WEEKLY ' ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, IARCII 9 1872. Alt myvv i Fnn Tor the "Boys." VV;H;vV'.V . Although ourBelf an old bachelor, we never . ' knew, until within the prut few days, the joyful feelings ;?nu which, the ''ancient brethren" of the -J " " " 6 UlSL-UIIIUlUre OI , RjirU, Batwe know it.now.rAnduaH takegood I , . ; m a j m . . , - a . .... AdvertUJn maw. Iltl - ana endeavor to -fritn-'"' iuhhc nuniu-ciiiuc;n raade by oar aacicnt , . mvuu, u. j. ui., uu xuesaa' last, wno. no doubt. felt somewhat like a The Bear r"en. hosc horns the first patches of velvet made their THE BLOCKADED EAILKOAD. The following is about the strongest ar gument we have ever seen used in favor ,of the' Rpeedy building of one or more trans- for publication : wuniiiiciiwM rauroaus ociow me sutivt- nut-. Speaking of the blockaded region, the Cor inne Reporter My Probably 2,000 men arc employed in that region )iow, .shoveling snow ; wages per day, 5a.lU; per night, 0.20. Often, after men CIRCULAR. '...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 9 March 1872

J 1 misTTmm'mifSsmmr march rw?. f -I wis t . 20 ( CXlil w. Ik w M.TtTPT OUEAKFEANCISCO LETTER, Sa.v Francisco, Feb. 10, 1872. Ediior of the Arizona Miner : It has been some months since I dropped you a line, but in the mean time I have been a close observer of passing events connected with your Territory. The crand fizzle of Peace Commission is ac cepted oy everyone, as likely to advance the interests of Arizona it settling conclusively that "Pence" is a senseless word, when ap plied to the Apaches; and that nothing but rigid measures will end tlio work of slaugh tering her citizens and robbing by the whole afo whenever opportunity offers. 'About all the Press of California and Ne vada support your idea of the general rout ing of the whole Apache tribe, or complete submission. Tho JUa stands up for Arizona, in man3' good and influential articles, and may be set down as one of her staunchest friends. It is to be hoped that you will soon be freed from this bug-bear. Within the past mo...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 16 March 1872

7 Vfj S 11. IX NCMB15K 11. PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY JIORNDTG, MARCH 16, 1872. PKICE 25 CENT& J BfeKlijr HBBfe MINER t " ' m m . - H The Arizona Miner. Christians if possible. But ty.c object to Mr. . ooiyer .i i-umptions as the basis for this work. 1 Uy are not to be approached as a T-iH FVERY SATURDAY MORKING, i wron.;i-l, inoffensive, simple-minded people, IE" i "ut rather as natural-born liars, to be made J. II. MAUIO.Y ."C- Co. , truth lovu.jr uy culture; as thieves to be YAVAI'AI COUNTS , ARIZONA, j mule honit; as indolent to be made indus trious, a.i'l taught not to murder. But Vin cent C"!yir sees only the "good Indian " : side of the Apache character. and this side lin I espouses will all the zeal of the most blind, imprati' ubi'- and determined fanaticism. ! And this same spirit leads him to the oppo- sue view 01 cue American settlers on the I truntier. He can see no good m him. Of Mofltw -fV , tnv:mls hfirhnristn whinh snnms inlinronf in . .ISVABIABL1- IN ADVANCE. r...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 16 March 1872

t.. WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, MARCH 16, 1872. t f i L L jr II 1 .. . ... JEfrecott9 Arizona. RAILROAD PROSPECTS. The future of Arizona is so dependent on the completion of the Atlantic & Pacific : or 35th parallel, ami the Southern Pacific or 321 parallel roads that any information concern ing operations on either, is of interest to our readers. As tic former is the road that will cross the Territory north of Prescott, we naturally feel the most lively interest in its progress. According to the latest news, there is an un settled question concerning the right of way or possession of lands in the Indian Territory, that is delaying Work on that road at pres ent. Last fall the work was pushed vigor ously, and track laid at the rate of a mile per day, and the Directors were confident of having the cars running to Albuquerque, 2i. M., by September next, and now hope to do bo by January, 1873. The Denver & El Paso road is being built rapfdly, and late advices state that the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 16 March 1872

Ill t v ' - WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER: PRESCOTT, MARCH 16, 1872 lr(w;ott9 Arizona. mlent Arfrrl?"K "t br 'alii Xeteorolegwal. t--ricaUotoenUoi, n.ade, daliy. by h ndiUU t hi drug store, rrescott: r 7.16, A.M..-M S, ' ( . l'.M. 4fl. ( 7. A.M. 1. m. a.i (us, i.M.;aits ) 1. im. (5S.8 ( 0. vm.47. i ( 7.10, A.n.Ai.2, )l2. M '81.71 ( 5.40, ivm.4W. ( 0, a.m.;Ki S, 11.50. a.m.:(W.; t ti. P.M.J4&S J 1 . . ' in.i , -fin Wickenbiir-:, In thld county, wc .j., r,f the deRthofa mhm, (m1ioc name t rned), t that place, recently. Dr i xvi f .-fiierly employed as a tcamritcr v , , r nine 'or nav Utter sltes that IT. Mannnsse, was at x Halt Uiver Valley Maricopa county, HH.MIUV twniaratiotiii for tlie otien-' J l' J ' a ' -rincti store it Uiat point. V3 csdaj, T jr.fhy, Trom Wickenburg. Hauling Lumber. , days, instead of 90, as now, and affidavits to I prove possession, expenditure, location, etc., - 45 :jt sever! Government teams are 1 r ' . , , ... . .. , ., may be taken bv local officers near the mi...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 16 March 1872

WEEKLY AEIZOa MINEE: PRESGOTT, MAEGB 16, 1872. r 4 7, i t , CMXED6 OF THE BELLS. BT GEOBOZ W. HUXOAT. How sweet the chime of Sabbath bells ; Each one its creetl in music tells, la ;ones thai float upon the air. As soft as tang, as pure as prayer ; And I will put Id simple rhyme. The lanruaffe of the golden chime. Mr Mppy heart with rajrture swells XeimiYe to the bell sweet bells. "In deeds of love excel, excel," Chimed out from IvM tower a bell. "This U the cborch not biiilt on sands, Emblesi of one not built with bands ; IU forms and acred right revere Come worship here, come worship here. In ritual and faith excel, ". Chimed out the Episcopalian belt. "Oh, heed the ancient landmark well!" In solemn tone exclaimed a bell, "No progress made by mortal man. Can change the lost eternal Plan. With God there can be nothing new Jrnore the Uhe, embrace the true, WWW. all h well, U well. U well." -Prided out the good old Dutch church belL "T all the truth we tell, wc tell," Shouted in ecsta...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 23 March 1872

4 i 4: 1 X KLY MINER: PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1872. ESTABLISHED 1854? r 10 isSDSBI SSii EYERV SATURDAY MORNING, ... AT..-- YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, r J. II. MARION A Co. WVAWABLY IN ADVANCE. TrBSCKHTlOlS': Months J 00 THe Months... 2 50 lies, AOVTOBTISfiNTG-: jre. our time. ?300; each additional , Cacb additional square, same rate. -. tfdwunt will he made to persons con--iac adxcrtteeuieiit for three, six, or . .liaj and business cards inserted upon crins. nH" job 3?xi2TtinLO iFt. nfllas U wcllaiippHud with Prcsoa, n ' and Ornamental Type, and the pro-44-u-rmliM to esettita all work with , t - v !c birored iu the neatest and bol ,.iy b-. ordered from any part of the in,! when accompanied with the cash, . oli'''ecuteiluld ficnt b mail, or - ..-.-imt s money for subscription, r.r irtrk, nuy forward It ly mail, .-. M their ev.it risk. - u TmAtr .V f h jr ih payment . mh, advertising and jib work. M orders and letter to This Minkii," l'reaeott, Arizona. Murders in...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 23 March 1872

msmm for 1 m i JPrescott, Arizona. fgritweopteiMrf theMtXEn ptit up In wrajTW, rnbfy Ur maltinj-, when dwirwl), atwajf "n hand at the Monfwtima tnt. Price 25 eenU n cwpy. "GOD HELPS THOSE WHO HELP THEMSELVES." If the Colycr policy of treating hostile Indiaud prevail much longer, the best thing our people can do is to cease busi ness, for awhile, and go to hunting up and A T,a 1rn have Stood CllOUgh f'-L-A;. w. and rniaht stand it! lllVllllj, ! - tj awhile longer, if Uovcnimcnt nau not, made the Apaches wowe than they have commonly been, by feeding and arming them at its reservations ; then threatening them with punishment, after a certain date, provided they did not change from natural born hyenas to innocent Iambi?, or tracta ble rams ; then, when they, for the tenth time, at least, had defied the Government, left their reservations and commenced anew the work of plunder, Government goes back on its words, crawfishes, and tells the commander of its forces here to be euro and not le...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 23 March 1872

I jrrSf ott, Arizona. lent AdvrrliAlHK mint be Palil Heteorological. Ifl. .rtal oterwni, br , KrtMkOI, hfc store, lWolt : - rrtri ! 1 1 KewW i am, - 0.15 Pi. JS8.1 7.45, ro. W.li L. A.K. 4.1. vj.:iX 40. J-.M- 'il." 7.-HI, rut 4VI 7Ji ST.? 443 Ji ( BJW, A JJ i in WW, A.y. 51.0 Personal, Etc. , t Steward GneWve Smith, U. S. A., , ;l J.mg time pit- has been stationed . Whipple and Camp Verde, left by . ..n-.n? stage for Gunp Howie. Ui offer returned t Preacott, one day , i -', from a ramble through Southern " aai Mrs. D. P. Foster started from 4- Wednesday lat, for Camp ilunlpai, j, i . n to be their future home. Wo "i!iti the ladies and gentlemen 4of ;! and vicinity on their acquisition of V . than whom a nioro genuine lady i ;:i".r .Satfurd, Win. Cory, John H Re nI Js. W. Knott, sUirtcd from this f po to Wallapai mining district, !;,v ! st. !. .r Morrow, of the Pay Department, U. .a. and our old friend Colonel Cany, t t vamf road, on the same da', bound Francisco. W J;.Uiliaw, nf Wal...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 23 March 1872

tflEKLY ARIZONA MINER': PRESCOTT, MARCH 23, 1872. PRESCOTT. WICKENBUBG. EHRENBERG. PRESCOTT. i 1 1 THE FRENCH AEMS JOB. The New York iVoiVa litre states the case of Mr. Sumner's charges : Mr. Sumner has spread a new cloud over the administration bky, by moving for a se lect committee to investigate some scandalous charges against the Yr Department, in the matter ofthe sale of Government arms and ammunition to the French, during the late war. The charges have recently been brought to light by the investigations of the French National Assembly into the transac tions of M. Place, the French consul at this port during the war. It appears that the Mcssra. Remington, the noted lifle manufacturer, were employed to furnish arms to the French, and after selling all they had on hand, themselves, tried to purchase from the War Department, which declined to pel! them, knowing them to be acfing for the French, and also declined to sell to one Sqnirc, knowing him to be their agent. But they got o...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 30 March 1872

T0LU3IK IX--XO. 13. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1864. rpJ&JZ MINER ... !8 . pushed every Saturday Morning, ... A 1 l'EBSCOTT, l.wtniy, JLTieomi j.crruviy, , rr li 1 Bj-JOITKH. JiARION&Ca. ;MS-WVAK!ABLT IN ADVAKCK. STJJ JSORIPTION: ope Year 'it Month Thre Months, .$7 00 4 00 . 2 50 25 ;;'c., one limn, ?X.O0; each additional ," Bach additional square, aamo rata. ' discount will be mtule to persons con-: ,. mine ailvcrtUetneiit for three, six, or .utfm. . )nal and baainsi card Inserted upon ; terms. ""infant AttarttoauBU will sot be inverted in -xr wlil after tbey (ball have b6B paid far. Job 3?! i wt i ii gf . Mjnh o'llce U well Huppllod with I'niSMea, . .j v and Ornamental Tyje, anil tlie pro .. ritlermiucd to csrettte all work with - may be favored iu tliu uoatt and best V art. t ,iv be ordered from any part of the - ni'l, when aceompaulod with thn cah, ; romptly executed and sent by mall, or 1 i - M-ttdhig u money for subscription, . r j...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 30 March 1872

fo p MX. JPrc&cott, Arizona, RAILROADS. The San Diego Union is sorely troubled because there is such a feasible southern railroad route as that near the 35th parallel of north latitude, which, in its assumed mild ness, it terms the " seriously snow-threatened route of parallel Thirty-Five," which threat, coming from San Diego, will not be likely to bring down any very great quantity of snow upon & route that has always been free from now, and always will be, despite the weak attempts of insignificant enemies to block it up. But the paper in question is, if possible, worao put out over the fears that the great Scott, of Pennsylvania, is not going to hurry the building of the 32d Parallel road, and it U sorely grieved to learn that he has asked Coiwreaa for leave to build the road from the i Vast onlv. What a damncner ! Where would jnly. What a damp the Union and San Diego be in ten years ? are questions we will leave for other people to answer, not wishing to hurt anybody's f...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 30 March 1872

7 ' i '4- WEEEXY ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, MARCH 30, 1872. - aw. ii if Town Lots. r.v notice regarding postjonement of - -ttiag uif town lot. Wither. xvathcr projiheU are badly demoral 1 lheylTe boe predicting rain and .f..rm, Ht th only atonns we have r . vte time patt were wind storms. It T f . n quite cool, at timet.;, during the past , wu-ks. It JJ ubu4 IKIia MaliAmul In :nder, lightning and a brisk, Uut in- r fall of bail. Passovers. KA-;. of r.K- . . F. Skull f 5-i nan, Died. ittlc for ofXr. awl Mrs. John Morel!, , j T;pa' this piac, Sunday Inst, from haviug r-.uscd a Utiiton, with which k w play- 11 '. Military. T ( Hand of Uic 23d InTantry, accompnied tut sere ladies and twenty .four chil v,it arrived. t Fort Whipple, one day this Ti.il" the wmgons containing the Indies 'tii'ir children were in Skull Valley, a . ..f that pFncc approached one of the is n'l, iu great good humor, asked her ' did not wish to hire some person to . rj the children." At least, so the atory From Gal...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 30 March 1872

11 WEEKLY, ARIZONA MINER : PRESCOTT, MARCH 30, 1872. ' si i 1 . Ml fir v. : AN EDITORS TABLE. fW. SI. Carlcton, in a recent tiocra, draws the folio wldff good picture of an editor's table: 'I'be editor Bat In his sanctum, his countenance farrowed with care, His mind at the bottom of business, hla feet at tbc top of the cliair, IIU chair-arm and elbow supporting, his rlht . baud upholding his bead, lilt ejea on the dusty old tabic, with different documents pprcad, There wrc thirty Ions pages from Howler, with underlined capitals topped, And a short requisition from Growler, requesting biii newspaper stopped There were lyrics from Gusher, the poet, concern ing sweet flowerets, and zephyr, And ft stray gem from Plodder, ihc farmer, des cribing a couple of heifers ; Tbcrc were billets from beautiful maidens, and bills from a grocer or two, And bis best leader hitched to a letter, which in quired If be wrote It or who ? Tbcro were raptures of praibes from writers, of the smooth and melli...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 6 April 1872

it- . MINER PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY HOUSING, APRIL 6, 1S72. ESTABLISHED 1S64. MIKTBR PROM SOUTHERN ARIZONA. ... i- - aed every Saturday Morning, AT . jI?BrtCOTT, ( , :ut,(,f A rizom 'Territory, .;J0HHH.HAJOlt 40. ;y VARIABLY 1M ADVANCE. Troop I, with a detachment often men from each of the other companies named, under Lieutenants Reilly and Almy, left here about two weeks ago, to make camp at Arivipai I Camp Grant, A. T., March 22, 1872. Editor of the Arizona Miner : Although you have not heard from vour springs, at t,ie liea(1 of Arivipai Canon humble ("Marius ") correspondent since the know not whether this is to be a permanent 12th of February, he has not forgetten your "P- As to its suitablcnes for a post, etc., valuable, thrifty and wide-awake journal. no oflic5al rePort b tue ofliccr in charge has Having been from boyhood more or less iden- Jct Dccn ma(ic Yi-ar M.-ntb ,: Months,. AWVlCWrifSWGk . n tlw, 300; each additional ys 4. t, additional nquare. Mine rale. , .iint wil...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 6 April 1872

S3E.x;s WEEKLY ARIZONA MENDER : PRESCOTT, APRIL 6, 1S72. i. . I! - . 1 i JPr escort, Ai'izona. THE INDIANS. UKTHkM. RESULTS OF COLrYXH 5: COS PEACE FABCE. MINES AND MININGv Tavapai County. Ticee. Wra. linn, ovrner of a dartn in tie Tfeer nwne, Brdfewt came to town this week, 2ikI informed tt that richer rock than any ret fcWpped to San Francisco wks beiag raft! oat of the mine. Other ledges in tbe LETTER FROM XEUC153 mrrp fiTT. 4 I A I I J J VI, II. fc PIMA COUNTY. E3T TO J0x,uLAT5 B32DE2. An Earnest Call for Military Protect-on- iSTXSWIX STATION. .A- 1- We glean tie following from the Tucson Cit izaTrA 3Iarch 22d : The citizens of the San Pedro valley Lid petitioned for a post office, and their petition i ocsiit to be heeded. 3foore d: Carr, proprietors ot tee uita stage YUMA COUNTY. The Arizona City Ststtiad7 of 3Xarca 23, famishes the following items: Sped-necs of Wallapai ores had been as sayed by Jclius Siebeck, with, favorable results. LATE NEWS. Well Siak-i OsKfeniii hi? Uen ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
x
Loading...
x
x